Teaching in General Education
The resources provided on these pages are intended to support General Education instructors who design General Education courses and provide meaningful support and mentoring to UWF students.
General Education SLOs
Departments offering General Education courses are required to report on student learning outcomes from the General Education Student Learning Outcomes.General Education SLOs
General Education Syllabi
General Education course syllabi must include four elements. Each semester, all General Education course syllabi are reviewed and evaluated for the inclusion of these four elements.General Education Syllabi
Advice for Teaching First-Year Students
Shifting from high school or community college to a four-year comprehensive college like the University of West Florida can bring about some difficult adjustments, including academic ones.Seven Habits of Successful Students
Issuing an Alert
Alerts are a way to draw attention to a student who may potentially be struggling with academic or personal issues.Issuing an Alert
The Academic Checkpoint process is designed to be a proactive approach to provide early identification and intervention for FTIC students who are experiencing academic difficulty.Early Warning
Responding to Student Needs
Help dealing with academic integrity, student classroom behavior, international student issues, student disability concerns, technology, academic, medical or emotional needs.Responding to Student Needs
General Education Teaching Tips
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